Hayley Whitten, MCIPPManaging Director
Hayley Whitten, MCIPP
Hayley has many years' experience of running a business as well as of running payroll.
The idea of providing payroll services came from known business contacts approaching Hayley wanting to find a quality payroll solution for their business, who didn't have the time or skills to run a payroll for themselves. Hayley's background in office management, financial control and payroll before starting her own business has been invaluable, utilising all these skills to offer a supportive role to clients beyond payroll, as well as to her own business, with an indepth understanding of the challenges facing SME's.
Hayley keeps up with legislative changes in payroll and has become an our go to expert on auto-enrolment workplace pensions.
Hayley has been a full member of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) since 2001.
James Fotheringham ACIPPBureau Manager
Carol Lewis, MCIPPSenior Payroll Account Manager
Kim Holder Smith, ACIPPPayroll Account Manager
Jayne Osborne, ACIPPPayroll Account Manager
Emma Bagshaw-Wickett ACIPPAssistant Bureau Manager
Richard Costello ACIPPPayroll Administrator ACIPP
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Salary £8 - £10 an hour - Part-time
We're looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator on a part time, job share, basis to join our small friendly team. (A full-time role can be considered).
This is a challenging role, managing multiple client payroll and auto enrolment pension requirements to meet strict weekly and monthly deadlines. You'll be offering advice to employers on pay matters, including statutory pay requirements/legislation from holiday pay to National Minimum Wage. Therefore to succeed in this role good organisational and communication skills along with an analytical mind are essential qualities.
You will possess previous payroll processing experience (min. of 24 months considered) or hold a recent payroll qualification. Experience with using Iris Payroll Professional, Qtac, Moneysoft or MyPAYE would be advantageous but not essential.
Hours of work are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9am to 5pm with 1 hour lunch break (7 hours per day, 21 hours per week). Flexibility is key to support the team and job share requirement, so additional hours/days may be required at times to help cover other staff absences.
Other desirable skills: Intermediate Level - MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and Access).
Holiday entitlement is equivalent to 20 days plus bank holidays per annum on a pro-rata basis. Holiday entitlement increases with service length up to a maximum of 25 days plus bank holidays on a pro-rata basis. Free on-site or street parking.
Required education: Secondary education
Required experience: Payroll 2 years
Required language: English, both written and verbal